FOREIGN MILITARY MISSION AS A SOCIALIZATION’S ENVIRONMENT FOR SOLDIERS
The basic aim of presented article is sociological diagnosis of social situation in which participants of foreign missions are found during tasks and challenges that they fulfill abroad. Challges bound with military service among different culture provides to changes in individual fulfilling of social roles. This change can be defined as specific secondary socialization. After return to the homeland, soldiers re-define range and way of implementation the most important social roles (as a professionalists, a family members, among friends and closest neighbours) that are crucial in their everyday existence what can have a future result in different paterns of behavior and social interactions.
Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu
Akademia Obrony Narodowej w Warszawie
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